This team does not quit. What a fucking game. Instant Classic. Everyone wanted to give the Stanley Cup to the Bruins after game 3 but the Hawks answered the bell. 3 game series with home ice. I’ll take it.
Can someone get Crow a bigger glove please
Also, hats off to this Bruins fans, this made me laugh out loud.
You scared now Bruins? Because you should be, Stanley Cup Swagger all up in this joint.
We’ve got cut off T-Shirts
Black People Mini Backpacks
Skinny guys flexing
Huge maybe hickeys but probably crazy big birthmarks
Amp Energy Drinks, #SoBeast
All filmed on the mean streets of Michigan Ave and Lincoln Park. Watch out Bruins, we’re coming for that ass and we’re bringing the 3 toughest white guys we can find.
I had to post this before Boston did. Have to control the narrative even if the narrative is, this video makes me want to die. Like Michael Scott always said, “Alert the media and then you control the story. Wait for them to find out and the story controls you. That’s what happened to O.J!”
(Source)–Here were the forward lines at the start of the Blackhawks’ morning skate Wednesday:
Bryan Bickell - Jonathan Toews - Patrick Kane
Patrick Sharp - Michal Handzus - Jamal Mayers
Brandon Saad - Andrew Shaw - Viktor Stalberg
Marcus Kruger - Dave Bolland - Michael Frolik
The lines in the morning skate are getting a lot of attention. Coach Q loading up. Bickell-Toews-Kane on the top line. I love it. Yeah they will see Chara and Seidenberg all night long, but it’s desperation time. Last gun in the bullet so to speak. I think that line is actually a good combination to break down the Bruins’ defense. Skill, size, strength, grit, and tons of speed. Time to trust your best players to be your best players.
And if you think Mayers is playing on the 2nd line and Hossa isn’t playing then you are a complete dumbass. Its called gamesmanship. Read a book guys.
The only thing I don’t like about this lineup is Handzus is still in there. Would much rather see Shaw between Sharp and Hossa, then have Ben Smith slotted somewhere in the bottom six.